Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for small and medium businesses:

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for small and medium businesses:

Yes, as you read we present the new business management system Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, this system connects all business processes with a single unified solution. In this way, data can be shared quickly and easily with key people in the company. You will therefore have access to the most current and accurate data so that you can make better decisions.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is the perfect ERP solution to get a 360-degree view of the business, which helps automate processes and improve business management.

Business Central is quick to implement, easy to configure and its simplicity guides all innovation in product design, development, implementation and functional use.

Business Central provides functions for common business processes of small and medium-sized companies, mainly in wholesale and professional services. However, more complex processes are also supported, e.g. assembly, manufacturing, service, and managed warehouse management.


  • Finance: You can make and receive payments, manage cash flow, split revenues and profits, prepare year-end financial statements and manage fixed assets.
  • Business Intelligence: Business Central contains numerous functions that help you collect, analyze and share your company’s information. It also allows you to obtain information on the performance of your business activities through budgets, charts of accounts and analysis views.
  • Sales: Business Central’s marketing functionality provides an accurate and timely summary of contact information so you can serve your prospects more effectively and increase customer satisfaction as well as manage sales processes and information such as quotations, orders, returns and customer accounts, and create direct mailings.
  • Purchasing: Allows you to manage purchasing processes and information, such as invoices, purchase orders, returns and vendor accounts, and to purchase products from sales documents.
  • Inventory: Allows you to register new inventory or service type products, classify products for easy searching, adjust inventory levels and perform common stock valuation tasks.
  • Project management: You can create projects and schedule resources for the project, manage project budgets, monitor progress, and track machine and employee hours.
  • Fixed assets: Organize fixed assets, ensure proper periodic depreciation and track maintenance costs.
  • Relationship management: Allows you to manage and support sales actions and focus interactions on preferred customers and contacts.
  • Human Resources: In Business Central, you can keep a detailed record of employees. Employee information such as employment contracts, confidential information, qualifications and employee contacts can be recorded and maintained.

Also with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central you can record employee absences, which allows you to analyze recorded absences, as needed.

  • Planning: Business Central offers functions to cover anticipated and actual demand for sales, assembly and production, as well as distribution planning functions using storage units and location transfers.
  • Assembly management: To support companies that supply products to their customers by grouping components into simple processes without the need for manufacturing functionality, Business Central includes features for assembling items that integrate with existing features such as planning, booking and warehousing.
  • Manufacturing: Define plant resources and capacity, schedule operations, extract production components and execute production.
  • Warehouse management: Ensure efficient cash flow of incoming and outgoing goods.
  • Service management: Providing ongoing service to customers is an important part of any business and can be the source of customer satisfaction and loyalty, as well as revenue. However, managing and monitoring the service is not always easy, and Business Central offers a set of tools to help you.
  • Workflow: Configure and use workflows that link tasks performed by different users or the system, such as automatic logging. Requesting and granting approvals to create or register documents are common workflow steps.
  • Data exchange: Allow users to exchange data with external sources during daily tasks, such as sending/receiving electronic documents, importing and exporting bank files, and updating currency exchange rates.
  • Incoming documents: Register external documents in Business Central, including file attachments, and then manually create related documents or automatically convert files to electronic documents. Contact us at


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